- Explore the Corridor
- Signature Programs
- Partner Resources
The Annual State of the D&L Trail public update is back. Join us at 6PM on Tuesday April 11th from the comfort of your home to hear a recap of the Trails & Conservation Teams progress in 2022, status updates for the D&L Trail Gaps and get a peek at upcoming events and trainings in 2023.
You’ll get to see some familiar faces, and some new, from the Trails & Conservation Team and extended family- take a look-see at who is on our team this year by visiting the Our Team page. We’ll be building upon our first ever State of the D&L Trail address from 2022- you can find a recap here– and will highlight major project accomplishments, recent funding announcements and awards, progress along THE LINK Trail Network, an overview of Trail Programs and volunteer opportunities, and a recap of our D&L Trail resources.
We highly recommend you submit any questions you’d like answered live ahead of time, so get your questions ready, your comfy clothes on, and your computer tuned in to our 2023 State of the D&L Trail Address.
We’ll see you there!
IMPORTANT NOTE: Our Interactive Webmap is updated regularly with information provided by landowners. Please note, an update will remain posted with the original posting date for as long as the incident is still relevant. Please check our Web Map for current update before planning any excursions on the D&L Trail.
Are you looking for a way to help repair damaged sections of the Trail?
Donations made on our website designated to “D&L Trail” will support important resurfacing, communications, and volunteer supplies for Trail sections in need of repair.
Or, fill out our online volunteer form and select “Trail Tenders” to volunteer for cleanup events throughout the Corridor. Help us keep an eye on additional obstructions as we enter a new trail season.
If you’re out on the D&L Trail and notice a down tree or debris, let us know! Send us a picture on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #DLTrailPatrol or email the Trail and Stewardship Manager at [email protected]. Visit our website for more information on our volunteer Trail Patrol Program that you can do on your own time.
Written by Liz Rosencrans, DLNHC Director of Trails & Conservation
Liz leads the Trails & Conservation Department and is responsible for the progression of trail projects from concept to completion, handling everything from grant writing to technical plan reviews and construction oversight. She also oversees several D&L Trail volunteer programs.